November 7, 2012 KQEDA closely watched vote on food labeling ends at California's ballot box, but supporters of genetically modified food labeling say a new food movement is just getting warmed up. Labeling supporters were far outspent by opponents like major food companies Monsanto and Kraft.
November 7, 2012 Throughout election night 2012, NPR was bustling with a decidedly calm team of journalists and staff covering all the results. Take a look at some of the pictures captured from the evening.
November 6, 2012 A map and key of NPR's Election Night 2012 team working out of Studio 4A, our storied command center at NPR Headquarters in Washington, D.C.
November 5, 2012 On election night, NPR reporters won't be the only ones sending out up-to-the-minute news and insights from NPR HQ. Our Social Media Team will host a group of analysts and students to post up in our board rooms and blog, Tweet, crunch numbers and live-sketch what's happening at NPR.
November 2, 2012 Revisit highlights from the 2012 presidential campaign through the eyes of our journalists.
November 1, 2012 Audience surveys find that many of you dislike interviews with ordinary voters (especially if it's with someone you disagree with). I agree that the practice, born out of American populism, is overdone on NPR and in the mainstream media. This is sure to get me in trouble with the American journalism fraternity, but no one else in the world does what we do.
October 19, 2012 For all the attention on female voters, the gender gap is no less among white men. They voted in large numbers against Barack Obama four years ago, and are expected to do so again this year. At a motorcycle festival in Florida, some of these voters weigh in on the GOP ticket and the election.
October 10, 2012 States in the Deep South traditionally vote Republican in every presidential election. However, a string of "blue" counties curve through Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia. And the reason for this political anomaly seems to lie with ancient oceans and dead plankton.
October 4, 2012 During the presidential debate last night, President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney talked about their political platforms. Here's how what they said matches up with our economist-approved presidential platform.